Partenaires

L’action de J-PAL ne serait pas possible sans l’engagement actif de nombreux partenaires qui partagent notre conviction : seules des études scientifiques rigoureuses permettent de déterminer quelles mesures sont réellement efficaces pour lutter contre la pauvreté.

Nous travaillons en étroite collaboration avec Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA), une organisation non gouvernementale à but non lucratif. Parmi nos autres proches partenaires, il y a notamment :

  • Des centres de recherche qui conduisent certaines évaluations aléatoires de nos chercheurs affiliés, notamment le Center for Effective Global Action (Centre pour une action mondiale efficace, CEGA) de l’Université de Californie à Berkeley, le Center for Economic Research in Pakistan (Centre pour la recherche économique au Pakistan, CERP), le Crime Lab (Laboratoire de réduction de la criminalité) de l’Université de Chicago, Evidence for Policy Design (Preuves pour l’élaboration de politiques, EPoD) au sein de la Harvard Kennedy School, ou encore l’organisation non gouvernementale IFMR LEAD (Leveraging Evidence for Access and Development - Utiliser les preuves pour l’accès et le développement) basée à l’Institute for Financial Management and Research de Chennai (Institut pour la gestion et la recherche financières, IFMR)
  • Des organismes tels que des États, des ONG, des organisations multilatérales et des entreprises qui mettent en œuvre les programmes que nos chercheurs affiliés évaluent, s’appuient sur nos recommandations de politique publique et généralisent les programmes ayant démontré leur efficacité ; et
  • Des donateurs, parmi lesquels des fondations et des organisations bilatérales qui financent des évaluations, la généralisation de programmes efficaces et des travaux de recherche.

White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team (SBST)

We believe that government works best when it’s designed from the perspective of the American people. Accessing and using programs should be intuitive. Information and choices among program options should be clear. Forms should be simple and easy to complete. Behavioral science provides us with...

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation is a nonpartisan, private charitable foundation that advances ideas and supports institutions to promote a better world. The foundation provides core funding support to J-PAL Africa and J-PAL Global to generate policy-relevant evidence on social programs in...

William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund

The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund works to improves the effectiveness of education in Connecticut.

Winning Connections

Winning Connections impacts public policy by engaging thousands of voters with one-on-one conversations over the phone or online.

Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation

Based in forward-thinking Madison, Wisconsin, WECC is a national leader in the design and implementation of innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy programs. WECC partners with utilities, local and state governments, regulatory agencies, and other organizations to provide cost-effective...

Women and Development Project (WADEP)

The Women and Development Project (WADEP) has been operating in the northern part of the Volta Region in Ghana since 1995. WADEP aims to improve, strengthen and sustain the economic, social, political and environmental well-being of the marginalized, especially women for sustainable development.

Women’s Development Business (WDB)

Women's Development Businesses is a private enterprise formed in 1996 with an overarching purpose of making a difference in the lives of rural women and communities. The main beneficiary and shareholder in WDB is the WDB Trust. The WDB Trust focuses on the social and economic upliftment of rural...

Working Assets

Working Assets is a mobile and long distance telecommunications company that donates a portion of users' service charges to nonprofit groups working for peace, human rights and the environment.

World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF)

The Centre’s mission is to generate science-based knowledge about the diverse roles that trees play in agricultural landscapes, and to use its research to advance policies and practices, and their implementation, that benefit the poor and the environment.

World Bank

The World Bank is a source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world, with the goal of fighting poverty. The Bank has partnered with J-PAL to fund, implement and evaluate numerous interventions throughout the world.

XacBank

XacBank is a micro-lender who has collaborated with J-PAL on an evaluation of group vs. individual lending in Mongolia.